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New medical school aims to bring 400 residency slots to New Mexico, Texas

Residency Program Insider, August 1, 2014

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New Mexico State University’s soon-to-be-built Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) hopes to increase the supply of physicians in the state by opening up 400 new residency slots in the next ten years.

It currently has clinical affiliation agreements with nine hospitals in New Mexico and Texas. According to CEO John Hummer, BCOM intends to seek additional affiliations in Arizona.
 
Construction of BCOM is expected to begin in February 2015 and will open in September 2016.

Source: Albuquerque Business First

 



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